If you like playing 2D games, you should always go back and check for hidden things to the left of the screen. Check out all walls and high ledges that might contain invisible entryways. Video game designers like to capitalize on limited video game environments by adding little hidden bonuses.
If your young child is playing a game with chat features, make sure to disable them before they are allowed to play. Preschool aged kids do not need to use these features. If there is no way to shut off the chat function then this is probably not a game you want to purchase. Talk to the sales clerk or search online to make sure. Make sure that you implement parental control settings for your children’s safety. The game might be able to be played online. If it is, you will need to put limits on Web access for your children. Keep tabs on their friends on their profile, too. If you have young children, disable the chat function in games they play. This will ensure they are safe from online predators. If you cannot disable chatting in the game, don’t purchase it for your child. The Internet is a great source of information for parents, but you can always ask to sales associate in the store as well.